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[SHAPE] What Are the Best Sex Positions to Get Pregnant?

SHAPE, a woman’s fitness magazine started in 1981, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his answers on if sex positions to get pregnant really exist.

“As an infertility specialist, I can tell you with unequivocal certainty that pregnancy occurs when sperm enters the female reproductive tract through the vagina. That’s it,” says Dr. Trolice.  “They’re all […]

[BUSTLE] 7 Things Your Body Will Do When You’re Fertile

BUSTLE, an online magazine designed for women that positions news and politics alongside articles about beauty, celebrities, and fashion trends, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., to help women better understand what’s happening with their body when it’s most fertile.

“Women’s libidos tend to escalate around ovulation, which may impact how they ” Dr. Trolice says.

The article […]

[Eye on the Community Podcast] LGBTQ Community Face Health Insurance Discrimination

The Eye on the Community Podcast invited Mark P. Trolice, M.D., to discuss how gay men are affected by discriminatory insurance companies.

Dr. Trolice regularly advocates on Capitol Hill for non-discriminatory infertility insurance coverage. He describes how gay men, who have only one option to start a biological family, are especially affected by discriminatory insurance companies and […]

[GritDaily] Do Men Have a Biological Clock?

Mark P. Trolice, M.D., writes for GritDaily about the factors that play into male fertility.

“Although men can remain potentially fertile their entire lives, their fertility declines with age and health risks for their children increase. Recent studies are shedding more light on male infertility and how a man’s age can impact the length of time […]

[IVF Babble] Fertility specialist Mark Trolice MD discusses the evolution of social egg freezing

IVF Babble interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on the evolution of social egg freezing.

“In my 20 years of being an infertility specialist and my ten years as an infertility patient, I have learned the most devastating news a woman can hear,” says Dr. Trolice.

“In no particular order, 1. you have or your partner has cancer; […]

[IVF Babble] Mark Trolice MD looks at the reasons behind the decline in US birth rates

IVF Babble interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on the reasons behind the decline in US birth rates.

“Consistent with this 30-year decline in the US, a woman’s total fertility rate – the number of births she will have in her lifetime, dropped by 18 percent,” says Dr. Trolice.

Dr. Trolice Joins PCOS Advocates on Capitol Hill to Support Treatment and Research

WINTER PARK, Fla. (March 12, 2019) – Mark P. Trolice, M.D., director of Fertility CARE: The IVF Center, joined PCOS advocates from across the country to meet with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to address the considerable gaps in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) care and research. The event, PCOS Advocacy Day, brought together PCOS patients, supporters, […]

[Inc.] 20 Little Things Highly Successful People do (and the Rest of us Probably Don’t)

Inc. interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on things highly successful people do.

“I have seven things I do religiously every day: get up early — I work out early every day (including weekends) to jump start my batteries; visualize — during my workout I see my day and envision success; eat a healthy breakfast, […]

[My Surrogate Mom] 24 Experts Drop Wisdom on How to Have a Successful Surrogacy Journey

My Surrogate Mom interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on how to have a successful surrogacy journey.

“We advise intended parents (IPs) to have realistic expectations along with acceptance of the challenging and exciting journey. Once a client or couple enter the world of third-party reproduction, the information they receive is overwhelming,” says Dr. Trolice.

[Reader’s Digest] 13 Medical Reasons For Abdominal Pain After Sex

Jenn Sinrich at Reader’s Digest, interviews Mark P. Trolice, M.D., for his insights on medical reasons for abdominal pain after sex.

“Though the cause is unknown, women with residual vulvodynia typically begin with behavior modification to reduce exacerbating factors and improve stress reduction,” says Dr. Trolice.